A new website permits US college students online gambling based on future grade performance.
The long-awaited bill from Barney Frank regulating online gambling was heard today by the House Financial Services Committee, and Frank told the Representatives in attendance the measure is a matter of personal liberty and freedom.
After over a year of hoping for progress on Barney Frank’s bill detailing regulation and licensing for online casinos, Internet gambling patrons will be able to watch markup of the bill on Tuesday.
While the religious wing of the Republican Party pushes for government to legislate against choices they don’t like, such as gaming at Internet casinos, Rand Paul seeks to allow individual liberties and limit government’s influence.
Some mainstream news outlets haven’t discovered that Professor John Kindt is a tainted source for scientific study of online gambling, resulting in the publication of a New York Post story filled with inaccuracies.
Anti-gaming special interests like the NFL and church groups are not the only opponents of Barney Frank’s measure to regulate online gambling, as many tribal casino operators are worried about losing exclusivity.
Ralph Topping, the CEO of sports betting operator William Hill, took on a second job as chairman of soccer’s Scottish Premier League.
Delaware continued to be beaten like a rug by the US Third Circuit Court of Appeals, which further refined its decision of last week to allow the state’s sports betting lottery to only offer parlays of three or more teams, and only on NFL teams.
Famed conservative thinker George Will comes out for legalized online casinos and Internet poker.
Sherman Bradley, OCA gaming analyst, continues to shine as Indian casinos reveal revenue growth, supporting Bradley’s ideas about the direction of Las Vegas.
Continuing fights by tribal councils to dis-enroll tribal members are a result of appalling greed over casino funds.